I have always been a naturalist when it comes to eating. I like to eat real food. I like to enjoy food. I like to do what’s best for my health and what’s best for my success in sports. I’ve never been one for feeling restricted, so eating tasty food that satisfies has always been […]
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A great weekend making new friends and talking Metabolic Efficiency in Denver! Our training was perfectly planned with beautiful weather in a beautiful city, just before the cold set it. I’m very excited to implement my new learnings and continue helping people reach their goals!
After the last post there were so many questions about the metabolic efficiency testing that it makes sense to share some test results to give you a better idea of what you can gain from the data. So, here we go. The first thing you will learn is if you have a Metabolic […]
Last time, we talked about the ideal way to attain your body composition goals and racing weight. Even with my recommendations of tweaking to your daily eating, proper nutrient timing, and spending enough time training in your optimal fat burning zones; the question still remains, how do you know if those tweaks are appropriate for […]
I just read an article about race weight, a topic that makes me cringe me when I hear athletes discussing it. While the article did touch upon the idea that a longer term strategy works best, it missed many of the most important aspects in the idea of attaining a ‘racing weight’. Yes, most […]